Thanks to the geom histogram() method, creating a histogram using ggplot2 is pretty simple. In the input, only one numeric variable is required.
The frequency of values of a variable bucketed into ranges is represented by a histogram. The distinction between a histogram and a bar chart is that a histogram groups the numbers into continuous ranges. The height of each bar in a histogram represents the number of items present in that range. The hist() function in R is used to produce a histogram.
This R tutorial shows you how to make a histogram plot with the ggplot2 programme and R software. The geom histogram() method is utilised. The function geom vline can also be used to add a line for the mean.
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You may alternatively build histograms with ggplot2, Hadley Wickham's "a graphing framework for R, based on the language of graphics." This tutorial will show you how to create a histogram using ggplot2.
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